<p><a href="http://www.safekids.com/" ><b>Safe Kids Online</b></a><br> Created by Larry Magid, this site and <a href="http://www.safeteens.com"><b>Safe Teens</b></a> have what parents need to know before they let their kids surf the web and what kids should know too. </p> <p><a href="http://www1.surfwatch.com/home/" ><b>Surfwatch</b></a><br> Stop your kids from surfing sites you don't want them to, with software from one of the oldest and most respected of companies in the field, Surfwatch.</p> <p><a href="http://www.spiderdance.com" ><b>Spiderdance</b></a><br> In collaboration with MTV's "webRIOT", Spiderdance is creating the infrastructure to link the worlds of online and TV entertainment. webRIOT is a music trivia game show where Internet users can play along with the TV in a real-time sync-to-broadcast experience.</p> <p><a href="http://www.headbone.com/" ><b>Headbone Zone</b></a><br> Some people don't think children should be allowed to chat online. But kids enjoy chat as much as anyone. Headbone has designed a chat environment where children can chat in safety.</p> <p><a href="http://www.gustown.com/GusTown/Home/GusTownSummer.html" ><b>GusTown</b></a><br> So many sites on the Web are considered unfriendly to kids. But one of the most popular child-friendly sites out there is GusTown.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yahooligans.com/" ><b>Yahooligans</b></a><br> Aimed at 7 to 12- year- olds, Yahooligans is a site that manages to walk the tightrope of being appealing to kids, while also carefully directing them to places that will be fun or useful, and not dangerous.